Just saw this article and was wondering what landlords in Denver think/feel about this. While I'm based in Colorado Springs, my worry is what starts in Denver tends to run down I25. Anyway, just curious to get others thoughts on this.
Wow - thanks for sharing, this is not great news. With licenses already required for short-term rentals, inspections by the city for flips, inspections done on houses by buyers, I agree with the realtor on the video: this is unnecessary!
This is a money grab by the city - and I think these fees, if passed, will Jack up rental prices even more!
Just my two cents - hope they don’t pass it (although I’m all in favor of putting protections in place to make sure rentals are safe and there are timely maintenance fixes. I own three rentals and that verbiage is in all of my leases!)
Thanks for sharing!
@Catie Lawrence gotta be honest that was my first impression as well. While I understand the city wants to protect from slumlords (heck we all do) it seems like they are trying to use it as an easy way to grab a few bucks while opening up the potential for all sorts of issues.
I have talked with landlords in locations that have systems like this in place and while some sound just fine, others seem like a nightmare.